Condolences for Michael C. Upperman, III

Alan & Susan Brinkoetter Family posted on 4/13/15

What a shame to lose a fantastic young man. His sincere care for others & genuine personalty made him stand out from the crowd. We will always consider him and his family as part of our family. We love & miss you, Michael. You will always be in our hearts.

 

Kathy and Byron Thoren posted on 4/13/15

We are devastated at the loss of Michael. Our deepest sympathies to our entire family. A beautiful young man inside and out.

 

Glen Williams posted on 4/13/15

We enjoyed working with Michael here at Southeast MO State. As chair of Communication Studies, I met with Michael when he declared our major as a second major. I enjoyed the visit, and I was impressed by his sense of purpose and professionalism, coupled with a real genuineness. We will treasure the time we knew him, and the cards we've exchanged this past year. Our thoughts and prayers now go to his family and to his many friends. We wish them comfort and an ability to cope and to celebrate his life. We will honor Michael by the way we live ours.

 

George and Tara Lambert posted on 4/13/15

Although we did not know Michael personally, we know how proud Scott and Kim were, by the stories that were shared. Our condolences go out to all the family and friends. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.

 

George and Tara Lambert posted on 4/13/15

Although we did not know Michael personally, we know how proud Scott and Kim were, by the stories that were shared. Our condolences go out to all the family and friends. We will keep you in our thoughts and prayers.

 

Maggie Harrison posted on 4/13/15

I went to springfield high with Michael as well as went on the Germany trip with him in 2010. Michael was always the definition of kind and charismatic. I remember when in Germany we had this one day of travel that was really intense; back to back train station arrivals with only minutes to get off of one train and onto another. Michael and I stood next to each other on one particular train and as we approached our destination Michael turned to me and said, you run for the next train, and I'll get your bag. Such a small act of kindness that defined who Michael was, always thinking of others. He will be missed by everyone who knew him and my heartfelt condolences go out to all his family and closest friends. "Alles gute kommt von oben"

 

 

Carol & Steve O'Connor posted on 4/12/15

Michael was a special young man whose life brightened the world, He will be missed,